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There is a whole generation of M*A*S*H fans who have NEVER seen the show & would probably LOVE to judge for themselves. NOTHING could ever follow-up the greatest TV series ever..... But ....I found this show a nice attempt.
PLEASE FOX, FOLLOW UP THE FINAL M*A*S*H DVD RELEASE WITH THIS SINGLE "COMPLETE SERIES" BOX SET !!!!!!!!!
And don't forget to include the RARELY seen RADAR TV pilot.... W*A*L*T*E*R !!!!!!!
AfterMASH first telecasted on September 26th, 1983 until December 18th, 1984. Some of the original cast were on the show such as Harry Morgan (as Dr.Sherman Potter), Jamie Farr (as Max Klinger) & William Christopher (as Father Francis Mulcahy). It is just fun to see those actors return to civilian life.
The show lasted for 2 Seasons (First season 21 episodes and the Second season 9 episodes for a total of 30 episodes) or a season and a half to be precise.
The First & Second season episodes are as follows:
The First Season episodes:
01- September of '53 - Aired 9/26/83
02- Together again - Aired 9/26/83
03- Klinger Vs. Klinger - Aired 10/3/83
04- Snap, Crackle, Plop - Aired 10/10/83
05- Staff Inspection - Aired 10/17/83
06- Night Shift - Aired 10/24/83
07- Shall We Dance - Aired 10/31/83
08- Littile Broadcast of '53 - 11/7/83
09- Sunday, Cruddy Sunday - 11/14/83
10- Thanksgiving of '53 - 11/21/83
11- Fallout - Aired 12/5/83
12- Bladder Day Saint - Aired 12/12/83
13- All About Christmas Eve - Aired 12/19/83
14- Chief Of Staff - Aired 1/2/84
15- C.Y.A.Read more ›
It might have aired for a only a season and a 1/2, but it deserves to be released on DVD.
This show takes place in Potter's hometown. He works at a hospital with Klinger and the priest, Father Mulchay.
The show lasted for one, one and a half seasons. It featured two guest appearances by Gary Burghoff (who played Radar).
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I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this program is much better than I had been told. It was described as being one of the worst things ever put on television but that was... Read morePublished 10 months ago by James D. Crabtree
Why is After MASH not available? It is a part of my history... I grew up on M*A*S*H*, and this was the followup. Please release it on DVD!Published on May 27, 2013 by Wendy
If Paramount owns it, everyone should stop panting... yes, I would be interested too... witness my appearance searching this site... Read morePublished on December 10, 2011 by HR
I was skeptical about this, thinking it was another poorly made sequal or spinoff like so many (See Three's A Crowd, the spinoff of Three's Company). Read morePublished on November 30, 2011 by Lamar White
As a longtime MASH fan I hope to see After MASH on DVD soon! It wasn't MASH, but it was entertaining and got better as it went on. Read morePublished on September 20, 2011 by M. D. Simko
Some people weren't ready to say goodbye when MASH finally took itself off the air after eleven years. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by jpop
One small correction. "Trapper John M.D. was not a sequel to the show-It was a sequel to the Robert Altman movie. MASH the t. Read morePublished on March 11, 2009 by Juan monge